Looking for a proven and reliable way to keep your home warm this winter? Consider a new oil furnace installation.
Oil furnaces are a traditional heating choice in New Jersey and other parts of the Northeast. Such furnaces use fuel oil rather than electricity or natural gas to make heat. Most of the oil furnaces on the market today work with a pressure burner. The oil is sprayed into a combustion chamber, ignited and the resulting heat is blown through the ductwork to heat your living spaces. Due to their longevity and proven performance, oil furnaces remain a popular choice for residents throughout New Jersey still today.
Contact Woolley Home Solutions Co. today for a no-obligation oil furnace estimate! Call us at 973-762-7400 or fill out a contact form to get started!
An oil furnace offers several advantages over more common electric and natural gas units. For one thing, you can install an oil furnace almost anywhere, even in rural areas that lack natural gas lines. Oil is also less volatile than natural gas and doesn’t pose the whole house explosion risk of gas. Oil furnaces require little maintenance and have a long lifespan, often as long as 20 years.
Repairing an oil furnace (or any type of furnace) is a job that’s best left to the professionals. After all, you’re dealing with flammable fuel and potentially hazardous combustion gases. Having your oil furnace serviced regularly (as in the fall before winter heating season begins) can help extend the life of your furnace. So can keeping the furnace filters clean. HVAC professionals recommend changing the filter around once a month during the height of winter heating season.
If you’ve noticed that your oil furnace is making unusual noises or is not heating your home as well as it should be, contact Woolley Home Solutions today for oil furnace repair.
Replacing your oil furnace is a significant financial investment in your home and your comfort and should not be trusted to just anyone. Not only is your furnace a major investment, but it’s one you’ll have to live with for 15 to 20 years—so you want to make sure you’ll spend those years in comfort. A good heating and cooling professional, like Woolley Home Solutions, can help your evaluate your choices and help you pick the furnace that’s best for you and your family.
If your old oil furnace isn’t working as well as it once was or you simply want to upgrade to a new, more efficient unit, contact Woolley Home Solutions today for an oil furnace replacement cost estimate.
Woolley Home Solutions has been helping northeastern New Jersey homeowners with their heating needs since 1924. Our company is still family owned and managed even after all these years, and we pride ourselves in offering customized, personal service. If you’d like to investigate adding or replacing your New Jersey oil furnace, call us at 973-762-7400 or fill out a contact form to set up an appointment and put our years of heating experience to work for you.
Woolley Home Solutions Co. is an oil heating company providing service throughout the northern New Jersey area, including (but not limited to):
|07920 – Basking Ridge, NJ||07935 – Green Village, NJ||07079 – South Orange, NJ|
|07939 – Lyons, NJ||07033 – Kenilworth, NJ||07081 – Springfield, NJ|
|07921 – Bedminster, NJ||07938 – Liberty Corner, NJ||07980 – Stirling, NJ|
|07922 – Berkeley Heights, NJ||07940 – Madison, NJ||07901 – Summit, NJ|
|07924 – Bernardsville, NJ||07040 – Maplewood, NJ||07999 – Whippany, NJ|
|08807 – Bridgewater, NJ||07041 – Millburn, NJ||07083 – Union, NJ|
|07928 – Chatham Township, NJ||07946 – Millington, NJ||07059 – Warren, NJ|
|07930 – Chester, NJ||07092 – Mountainside, NJ||07060 – Plainfield, NJ|
|07016 – Cranford NJ||07974 – New Providence NJ|
|07931 – Far Hills, NJ||07976 – New Vernon, NJ|
|07933 – Gillette, NJ||07078 – Short Hills, NJ|
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